Category Archives: beef

Ricotta Mini Meatloaves

This recipe is a tasty twist on a traditional meatloaf.  We prefer mini meatloaves, but you could certainly follow the original recipe and make one large meatloaf.  We served these with Framed Cook’s tomato sauce. Mini Ricotta Meatloaves Adapted from … Continue reading

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Beef Enchiladas

Thoughts of babies took over my brain in late March, and I clearly didn’t have room for cooking or blogging!  Now that we are six weeks in with our bundle of joy, I am ready to get into a normal … Continue reading

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Sweet and Spicy Asian Meatballs

We have been on a meatball kick lately, and this recipe is another great variation.  We used Wei Chuan teriyaki sauce.  I wish I could say what brand of chili sauce we used, but the only English words on the … Continue reading

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Italian Wedding Soup

I’m really pleased with how this soup turned out.  None of the recipes I found online included all of the components I wanted (greens, pasta and chicken), so I had to improvise.  Now, this may not be the most authentic … Continue reading

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Stuffed Eggplant

This dish smells amazing while it is baking, and the taste does not disappoint.  I recommend serving it with a bit of marinara sauce. Stuffed Eggplant Adapted from Food Network 2 large eggplants 3 T olive oil, divided 3/4 lb … Continue reading

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Mini Meatballs

Mini meatballs are so much more fun to eat than regular ol’ meatballs.  I used half of the meatballs for Italian Wedding Soup and saved the other half for spaghetti and meatballs later in the week.  This recipe yields about … Continue reading

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Easy Beef Stroganoff

As much as we love our crockpot stroganoff recipe, it takes a long time to make and uses a lot of processed ingredients. Also, we usually have to make two batches since I prefer chicken and J prefers beef.  This … Continue reading

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